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Domestic Discipline blog: Saturday: 3 Questions all submissives should ask!

Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 11:11 am
by blogposts
Welcome to week 1 of our new series, Submissive Saturdays. This series has been in the works for a few months now, and although we’ve been really excited to launch it, it hasn’t been easy. I have a list of close to 70 different post ideas for this series, yet I keep crossing some off and adding others based on what I feel like at the time. Adding this new series to Learning Domestic Discipline has been one of the most challenging we’ve done because it’s caused me to really take a look at submission within my own marriage and ask myself...

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Re: Domestic Discipline blog: Saturday: 3 Questions all submissives should ask!

Posted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 3:07 pm
by DesertRose
Great article!
I'm not sure how to list my strengths and weaknesses.. in what sense? Can someone give me an example?

Re: Domestic Discipline blog: Saturday: 3 Questions all submissives should ask!

Posted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 7:04 pm
by DDwife
I want to be a submissive wife to have a smooth marriage, to learn to love my role of being a wife, to not have to hold onto my old ways, and to love my husband in such depth that only being a submissive wife can explain.

Strengths:
determined
caring
helpful

Weaknesses:
stubborn
bossy
big mouth
firm
angry most of the time

These are just some of the basics and things i want to change in my life.

Re: Domestic Discipline blog: Saturday: 3 Questions all submissives should ask!

Posted: Sun Jan 20, 2019 9:28 pm
by right now
DDwife wrote:
Fri Jan 18, 2019 7:04 pm
I want to be a submissive wife to have a smooth marriage, to learn to love my role of being a wife, to not have to hold onto my old ways, and to love my husband in such depth that only being a submissive wife can explain.

Strengths:
determined
caring
helpful

Weaknesses:
stubborn
bossy
big mouth
firm
angry most of the time

These are just some of the basics and things i want to change in my life.
I really appreciate your sense of goals, and being committed to it. that is admirable. And it's good to admit your weaknesses.